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School of Education Portfolio University of Wisconsin – Platteville Artifact Reflection Title of Experience/Artifact: Date Experience Completed: Practicum

Adapted Lesson/Adapted Aquatics Lesson Spring 20 !

Describe your educational experience/artifact:

" #ad t#e opportunit$ to create a lesson plan for a student %#o #as &een diagnosed %it# Autism' %#o came to ()*Platte+ille for s%imming, T#e student is not a&le to tal-' and needs assistance, " %as also a&le to create a lesson plan for a student %#o #as Spina .ifida, T#roug#out t#ese opportunities " %as a&le to modif$ acti+ities for t#e students to participate in, " %as also a&le to create o&/ecti+es for t#e students' and %#at " %ould %ant m$ students to impro+e on t#roug# t#e lesson,
Wisconsin eacher Standard Ali!n"ent

T#is artifact goes along &est %it# standard num&er 0' Di+ersit$, Teac#ers understand t#at c#ildren learn differentl$* The teacher understands how pupils differ in their approaches to learning and the barriers that impede learning and can adapt instruction to meet the diverse needs of pupils, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities. " &elie+e t#is experience &est aligns %it# standard 0' &ecause " %as a&le to create a lesson plan for students %it# disa&ilities, T#roug#out t#e lessons " %as a&le to modif$ different acti+ities for t#e students to &e a&le to participate in and excel in, T#roug#out t#is opportunit$ " %as a&le to create t#e &est learning en+ironment for t#e students,
UW#Platteville School of Education $no%led!e& S'ills& Dispositions Ali!n"ent

T#is artifact &est aligns %it# 1SD0,e Demonstrates 2lexi&ilit$ and 3esponsi+eness: 4The candidate has the ability to make appropriate adjustments to his/her instruction and accommodates students’ questions and interests while being aware of student differences and difficulties, and can use a wide range of resources and strategies to meet all students’ needs in the classroom. " &elie+e t#is artifact addresses 1SD0,e' &ecause t#roug#out t#is experience " %as a&le to ma-e modifications to t#e acti+ities t#e students %ere participating in, " #ad t#e opportunit$ to de+elop different acti+ities for t#e students to engage in and &e successful at, " %as a&le to create questions for t#e students to ans%er t#roug#out t#e lesson' for example " #ad a student t#at is not a&le to tal-' so " created $es or no questions so s#e could respond, " %as also a&le to use different resources to find acti+ities for t#e students to participate in, T#e students got to use different equipment t#at t#e$ %ere not used to using,
Explain %hat you learned about teachin!/learnin! fro" this experience:

T#roug#out t#is experience " learned t#at including e+er$ student is +er$ important, As p#$sical acti+it$ is important for e+er$ indi+idual' in+ol+ing students %it# disa&ilities in p#$sical acti+ities t#at t#e$ can participate in is -e$ for t#em to &e successful, " learned t#at modifications to certain acti+ities can &e made and can &e en/o$a&le for t#e student, "f t#e student is not en/o$ing t#e acti+it$ t#e$ are more t#an li-el$ to not %ant to do t#e acti+it$, "

learned #o% to ma-e modifications to acti+ities' and t#at t#ere are man$ resources to loo-' and get ideas from to #elp ma-e modifications to acti+ities for students %it# disa&ilities,
Explain %hat you learned about yourself as a prospective educator as a result of this experience/artifact:

5a+ing t#e opportunit$ to create t#ese lesson plans for students %it# disa&ilities' " learned t#at it is important for t#em to en/o$ t#e acti+it$ t#e$ are doing' and to create t#e lesson for t#eir a&ilities, "n m$ classroom " %ill include e+er$one and ma-e modifications to acti+ities as needed, " %ill adapt to situations as needed and &e a&le to ma-e modifications to t#e acti+ities for all t#e students to participate' and &e successful in t#e acti+ities, 6a-ing modifications to t#e acti+ities %ill #elp in+ol+e all students and #elp t#em en/o$ t#e acti+ities t#e$ are engaging in,